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Colin and Brad Improv Show

I was SO excited when I got the call to photograph the Colin and Brad Improv Show at War Memorial Auditorium! As you may know, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood were on the hit show… 71 more words

Photography

Train station turned church - A fabulous example of adaptive reuse in Canberra

I love to watch shows like ‘Grand Designs’ - but I often find the people behind these ambitious projects to be far more interesting than the architecture. 1,257 more words

Australia

Weekly Photo Challenge: Monumental...

With Anzac Day next week, I could think of nothing better to photograph for the weekly photo challenge than Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance and eternal flame. 95 more words

Family Time

War Memorials

2014  marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.  This seems to have prompted an influx of orders for war memorials.  We make them in all kinds of materials – Cast bronze, engraved brass, granite, slate, solid wood and wooden crosses.  http://www.sign-maker.net/memorial/

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Neue Wache - neoclassical remembrance

by Hugh Thomson

In 1967, the French literary critic Roland Barthes published his influential essay ‘The Death of the Author’. In the essay, he criticised the traditional practise of considering the intentions and biographical context of an author when interpreting their text. 996 more words

Architecture Critiques

Bergen-Belsen - Germany - 2005

On a family trip to Germany we visited the Bergen-Belsen memorial park.

It is set on the site of the infamous WW2 concentration camp in the idyllic German countryside and is the final resting place of Anne Frank. 26 more words

War Memorial, Montmédy

By the close of the Great War France had lost nearly 1.4 million dead and just as in Britain across the country every village, town and city was keen to erect a war memorial to those who had died for France. 134 more words

WW1 Battlefields